These days, consumers are increasingly aware of how the products they purchase are being produced — and the impact those products have on the environment. Products and packaging that are harmful to the environment are being more frequently bypassed by conscientious shoppers.
Sustainable shopping is a trend that’s on the rise — particularly with younger shoppers. A study from Deloitte reports that 84% of Millennials feel it’s their generation’s responsibility to change the world, and they are far less accepting of businesses not joining them at that party. The result? Through demand, shoppers are creating a world of responsible retailing.
This month, Women2Watch is shining a spotlight on Remodista Advisory Board member (and sometimes guest blogger) Heather Harris! We sat down with her to learn more about her history and figure out what makes her tick — read on to learn more.
Last year Remodista presented the first annual Innovation Lab, an exclusive opportunity for our guests to dig deeper into innovative retail industry-related products and services from both our technology and service partners and our retail community members. As we prepare for the 2018 Innovation Lab — scheduled for September 20 at the Glasshouses in New York City — it’s clear that the event is going to be even more incredible this year! Our hard-working founder, Kelly Stickel, is putting together an event that will absolutely blow attendees away. We want to spread the excitement by sharing a sneak peek with you.
We had a fabulous day at Retail Innovation Conference, where Jennifer Fisher, Senior Director, North America eCommerce for Crocs, shared insights on infusing storytelling and personalization into your digital merchandising strategy. After her presentation, she sat down with our founder and CEO, Kelly Stickel, for a fireside chat.
Jennifer shared the challenges and obstacles faced by professionals when integrating business units to create cohesion in executing a personalized merchandising strategy. The insights were fabulous.